Philips CEO, Frans van Houten, discusses how the electronics company is going to tackle the sluggishness seen in certain markets, while commenting on its Lumileds business.
Philips CEO, Frans van Houten, says he has full confidence that investors will see further improvement in spin-off Philips Lighting over the coming quarters.
Electronics firm, Philips, has announced an 18 percent increase in net income. Its CEO, Frans van Houten, discusses the results.
Morgan Stanley, Starbucks and Apple are grabbing headlines on Wall Street today.
Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners, discusses Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 recall and the news that the smartphone maker has set up exchange booths for the devices at airports.
Joanna Stern, Wall Street Journal Columnist, and Edward Baig, USA Today Columnist, give their views on Google's smartphone, the Pixel.
A small group of holdouts are refusing to let go of their Galaxy Note 7 devices despite safety concerns.
Mengqiu Wang, founder of Zero Zero Robotics, talks about the portable aerial camera developed by his company, the Hover Camera Passport.
IBM's headline numbers are decent, with its Strategic Imperatives businesses being the main driver of growth, says CFRA Research's David Holt.
Samsung's Note 7 woes will affect its overall branding more than its short-term profitability, says Shelley Jang, associate director at Fitch Ratings.
Mike Vorhaus, president at Frank N. Magid Associates, talks about players in the virtual reality space and what stands in the way of mass adoption.
Samsung might have temporarily solved the problem with customers but not with phone carriers, says Hank Morris, adviser at Argentarius Group.
Technology, content and services differentiate the Sony PlayStation VR from other VR players, says Lewis Ward, research manager at IDC.
Loren Loverde, Program Vice President of IDC's Worldwide PC Tracker Program, discusses the trend of declining PC shipments and what it means for major players in the computer space.
Leadership expert Bill George analyzes the fallout of Samsung's Galaxy Note7 scandal and how its management should have handled the issue.
Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford C. Bernstein Senior Tech Analyst, discuss the outlook for Samsung following the Galaxy Note 7 recall and whether the brand damage will boost the likes of Apple and Google.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on a statement from Elliot Management and its affiliates showing support for Samsung Electronics despite the issues with the Galaxy Note 7.
Tim Cook announces Apple's plan to open a second research and development center in China.
The South Korean company cuts its Q3 operating profit guidance by $2.3 billion.
Tom Godfrey, head of media and communications at Choice, runs through a list of "shonky" products.